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Dallas 2020-03-05 SPEE Chapter Luncheon Meeting - Speaker: Neha Bansal
Ms. Neha Bansal on "Role of Characterization in Field Development Practices for Unconventional Reservoirs"
When: Thursday, March March 5, 2020
Where: Brookhaven College Geotechnology Institute
3939 Valley View Lane, Bldg H
Farmers Branch, TX 75244
Luncheon starts: 11:30am.
Presentation begins: 12:00pm
Cost: $25 per person, Members and Guests are cordially invited to attend.
Please RSVP by Noon Wednesday, March 4, 2020 (This is important so we will have a correct lunch count)
Abstract: This presentation provides an integrated approach to reservoir characterization with examples from Delaware and Eagle Ford Basin. The discussion will highlight cases for integrated studies in numerical modeling, well performance analysis and well spacing optimization. Majority of these workflows require an interdisciplinary understanding of the reservoir, which is critical to develop optimized solutions for these unconventional reservoir systems. The outputs from these studies often shape an operator’s view of field development plans and data collection philosophy. The presentation will also discuss challenges and limitations of current practices from technical and economic prospective.
Bio: Neha Bansal joined DeGolyer and MacNaughton as a senior engineer in 2020 with a strong background in reservoir characterization studies. In particular, Bansal specializes in areas of numerical modeling, analytical modeling, fluid characterization, integrated reservoir studies, data collection program design, and well performance analysis. Bansal has extensive experience in unconventional reservoirs in North America, and to date she has evaluated plays in North America (Eagleford, Eaglebine, Haynesville, and Delaware), India, East Africa, Southern Africa, and South America. Her recent projects include designing tools and workflows for optimized field development recipes, applications of new technologies in asset development practices, and leading training programs for unconventional reservoirs. .
Prior to joining DeGolyer and MacNaughton, Bansal worked at Anadarko Petroleum Corporation and Reliance Industries Limited. Bansal earned a bachelor’s degree in petroleum engineering from the University of Petroleum & Energy Studies, India in 2008. She received a master’s degree in petroleum engineering from Texas A&M University in 2013. As a member of the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE), Bensal serves on the SPE Reservoir Advisory Committee and a technical reviewer for the Journal of Petroleum Science & Engineering.
Brookhaven College Geotechnology Institute
Farmers Branch, TX 75244
|Per Person||$ 25.00|
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